The Darcys of Pemberley: The Continuing Story of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice Paperback – 30 Jul 2011
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About the Author
Shannon Winslow is a passionate appreciator of the arts and a creative person in her own right. With her two sons grown, she now finds more time to devote to her diverse interests in music, literature, and the visual arts – writing claiming the lion’s share of her creative energies in recent years. In addition to several short stories, Ms. Winslow has authored three novels to date. The Darcys of Pemberley, a sequel to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, is her debut. For Myself Alone, a stand-alone Austenesque story, is soon to follow. Her most recent project is a contemporary “what if” novel entitled First of Second Chances. Shannon is a life-long resident of the Pacific Northwest. She and her husband live in the log home they built in the countryside thirty-five miles south of Seattle, where she writes and paints in her studio facing Mt. Rainier.
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I could not abide the archness that surrounded the sexual encounters.
The writer seemed to have little knowledge of early 19th century travel. The mail, which was considered quite fast went at 7 miles an hour. Private carriages depending on their number of horses and weight were either faster or slower than that, but not much. The fastest carriage was a sporting curricle, built for racing, and that went at 16 miles an hour, at the fastest. People did not travel from Hertfordshire to Kent for funerals.
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A very riveting read that at times made me want to read to see if there was to be a happy ending. I won't spoil the enjoyment of the book by revealing such.Published 2 months ago by katymay
This a truly delightful book. A must for all Lovers of Jane Austen. It is for all those who have come to the end of Pride and prejudice and suffer the frustration of wondering what... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Barn
I'm loving it so far just can't put it down. It's a lovely book to sit and chill with a cup of tea couldn't recommend anything better.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Characterization first class. Enjoyed the humour and the subtlety. Eminently enjoyable read.Published 8 months ago by marmar
Having thoroughly enjoyed Return to Longbourne, I was disappointed with this sequel to Pride and Prejudice. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Lovebooks